Rennes school of business iMBA program


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Hello, My name is Nishant and applying for RSB MBA programme. https://www.rennes-sb.com/programmes/imba/ . I was hovering all the programmes including MSc, they have not provided any data regarding the MBA job opportunities. Not even mean salary was given in brochure. But career opportunites are given for all other MSc program.

I feel this (iMBA) is a new course they are offering so no data is given.
can anyone guide me on this?
Hello, My name is Nishant and applying for RSB MBA programme. https://www.rennes-sb.com/programmes/imba/ . I was hovering all the programmes including MSc, they have not provided any data regarding the MBA job opportunities. Not even mean salary was given in brochure. But career opportunites are given for all other MSc program.

I feel this (iMBA) is a new course they are offering so no data is given.
can anyone guide me on this?
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George Pat...
It is a Grande école (ESC) and triple accredited, so the quality of your studies will be pretty good.

Grandes écoles are the most prestigious schools in France (well above french universities)

As far as I can tell it ranks 12-13th among the 38 grandes écoles de commerce

If your french is very good, and you have permission to work in France your chances at finding job in France are decent.

You should probably consider the top5 business schools first (HEC, ESSEC, ESCP, EM Lyon, EDHEC)

[Edited by George Patsoulis on Nov 21, 2019]

It is a Grande école (ESC) and triple accredited, so the quality of your studies will be pretty good.

Grandes écoles are the most prestigious schools in France (well above french universities)

As far as I can tell it ranks 12-13th among the 38 grandes écoles de commerce

If your french is very good, and you have permission to work in France your chances at finding job in France are decent.

You should probably consider the top5 business schools first (HEC, ESSEC, ESCP, EM Lyon, EDHEC)
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Duncan
I'm not sure if EMLyon is clearly a top five school any more.

[Edited by Duncan on Nov 21, 2019]

I'm not sure if EMLyon is clearly a top five school any more.
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George Pat...
Hmmmm which would you say is 5th? Grenoble? Kedge? Skema?
Hmmmm which would you say is 5th? Grenoble? Kedge? Skema?
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Duncan
I think there is quite a mess under top four now. EMLyon's focus on entrepreneurship certainly means that Grenoble outperforms EML in the QS ranking. The Economist has Grenoble over Essec, which seems wierd to me. Ieseg, Kedge, Neoma and Skema also form quite a tight pack.
I think there is quite a mess under top four now. EMLyon's focus on entrepreneurship certainly means that Grenoble outperforms EML in the QS ranking. The Economist has Grenoble over Essec, which seems wierd to me. Ieseg, Kedge, Neoma and Skema also form quite a tight pack.
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George Pat...
In French rankings EM Lyon is usually 4th. In places like le figaro (4th), l' étudiant (4th), le point (3rd tied with 2nd), le parisien (5th tied with 4th). Grenoble and Skema are usually the next two

Granted the big recruiters will probably be looking at international rankings, but for many (probably most) companies in France, the local rankings will have big impact.
In French rankings EM Lyon is usually 4th. In places like le figaro (4th), l' étudiant (4th), le point (3rd tied with 2nd), le parisien (5th tied with 4th). Grenoble and Skema are usually the next two

Granted the big recruiters will probably be looking at international rankings, but for many (probably most) companies in France, the local rankings will have big impact.

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Duncan
Well, the grandes ecoles programmes have very different students: far fewer are foreign.
Well, the grandes ecoles programmes have very different students: far fewer are foreign.
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George Pat...
Ok fair enough. But even for MBA in the FT rankings Em Lyon was 99 last year and rose to 80 for 2019. It would indicate they are doing better.
Ok fair enough. But even for MBA in the FT rankings Em Lyon was 99 last year and rose to 80 for 2019. It would indicate they are doing better.
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mba hipste...
You should probably consider the top5 business schools first (HEC, ESSEC, ESCP, EM Lyon, EDHEC)

For most potential applicants reading this site, this is the best advice in the thread. Although there is a pretty wide gap between HEC and the rest. ESCP is rather known for its Master's programs and Executive Master's programs.

Ultimately though it depends on where this candidate is coming from and what they want to do with the degree (not to mention if their goals include living and working in France, their level of French language skills.)
[quote]You should probably consider the top5 business schools first (HEC, ESSEC, ESCP, EM Lyon, EDHEC) [/quote]
For most potential applicants reading this site, this is the best advice in the thread. Although there is a pretty wide gap between HEC and the rest. ESCP is rather known for its Master's programs and Executive Master's programs.

Ultimately though it depends on where this candidate is coming from and what they want to do with the degree (not to mention if their goals include living and working in France, their level of French language skills.)
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PhDMBA
You should probably consider the top5 business schools first (HEC, ESSEC, ESCP, EM Lyon, EDHEC)

For most potential applicants reading this site, this is the best advice in the thread. Although there is a pretty wide gap between HEC and the rest. ESCP is rather known for its Master's programs and Executive Master's programs.

Ultimately though it depends on where this candidate is coming from and what they want to do with the degree (not to mention if their goals include living and working in France, their level of French language skills.)


Which of those 4 schools (HEC excluded) would have better career outcome (for their MBAs, not MSc or EMBA) outside France (e. g. Switzerland, the Nordics, Asia, or the Middle East)? I understand this will depend on many factors, but given everything equal what would you suggest?
[quote][quote]You should probably consider the top5 business schools first (HEC, ESSEC, ESCP, EM Lyon, EDHEC) [/quote]
For most potential applicants reading this site, this is the best advice in the thread. Although there is a pretty wide gap between HEC and the rest. ESCP is rather known for its Master's programs and Executive Master's programs.

Ultimately though it depends on where this candidate is coming from and what they want to do with the degree (not to mention if their goals include living and working in France, their level of French language skills.)[/quote]

Which of those 4 schools (HEC excluded) would have better career outcome (for their MBAs, not MSc or EMBA) outside France (e. g. Switzerland, the Nordics, Asia, or the Middle East)? I understand this will depend on many factors, but given everything equal what would you suggest?
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Duncan
EDHEC and ESSEC have campuses in Singapore, but Asia is a big place. EMLyon has high % employed and a strong entrepreneurship niche. ESSEC is more corporate. I think it depends on your goals. See: How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571
EDHEC and ESSEC have campuses in Singapore, but Asia is a big place. EMLyon has high % employed and a strong entrepreneurship niche. ESSEC is more corporate. I think it depends on your goals. See: How to use LinkedIn to find the best school www.find-mba.com/board/33571
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mba hipste...

Which of those 4 schools (HEC excluded) would have better career outcome (for their MBAs, not MSc or EMBA) outside France (e. g. Switzerland, the Nordics, Asia, or the Middle East)? I understand this will depend on many factors, but given everything equal what would you suggest?

Why are you excluding HEC? This school has perhaps the biggest network in some of the regions you are targeting, of this group.
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Which of those 4 schools (HEC excluded) would have better career outcome (for their MBAs, not MSc or EMBA) outside France (e. g. Switzerland, the Nordics, Asia, or the Middle East)? I understand this will depend on many factors, but given everything equal what would you suggest? [/quote]
Why are you excluding HEC? This school has perhaps the biggest network in some of the regions you are targeting, of this group.
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PhDMBA

Why are you excluding HEC? This school has perhaps the biggest network in some of the regions you are targeting, of this group.


I excluded as I totally thought the same as you said and I want to know about the other 4 schools.

Basically INSEAD and HEC are the two best, but what about the rest in terms of international (or at least regional: Europe) career, as most probably they are very strong anyways nationally.
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Why are you excluding HEC? This school has perhaps the biggest network in some of the regions you are targeting, of this group.[/quote]

I excluded as I totally thought the same as you said and I want to know about the other 4 schools.

Basically INSEAD and HEC are the two best, but what about the rest in terms of international (or at least regional: Europe) career, as most probably they are very strong anyways nationally.
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Duncan
There really isn't a European labour market, and few European business schools have a international reputation beyond their own strategic partners. Take a look at
Best schools for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143
There really isn't a European labour market, and few European business schools have a international reputation beyond their own strategic partners. Take a look at
Best schools for international students' placement http://www.find-mba.com/board/41143
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Duncan
Just to stress George's point, if you speak French and are focussing on France then you can look outside the top seven or eight grandes ecoles. I notice, for example, that EM Normandie did okay in the new FT European Business School rankings on Monday. But it would be a risky choice even in the cities outside France where it has a campus, like Oxford.
Just to stress George's point, if you speak French and are focussing on France then you can look outside the top seven or eight grandes ecoles. I notice, for example, that EM Normandie did okay in the new FT European Business School rankings on Monday. But it would be a risky choice even in the cities outside France where it has a campus, like Oxford.
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